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A patient comes to you at 20 weeks of gestation and she seeks advise as her son has developed chicken pox 1 day before.She is not sure that she has developed chicken pox or not.She is otherwise well .what will be most appropriate immediate management.
2. A 38 weeks pregnant patient calls you and tells that her husband has been diagnosed with herpes zoster and she thinks that she has not had chicken pox. what is the most appropriate managementCorrectIncorrect
3. A 26 years old primigravida patient presents to you at 38 wks of geststion and her induction of labour is planned.She is diagnosed with primary varicella zoster virus infection.what will be your recomendation to reduce the transmission of infection to babyCorrectIncorrect
4. A patient comes to you at 27 weeks of infection with chicken pox infection .
What would be your further actionCorrectIncorrect
5. A patient has received rubella vaccination.for how long you wil advise your patient to follow contraceptlionCorrectIncorrect
6. A woman who is 22 weeks pregnant is seen in the antenatal clinic. Her hepatitisscreening test shows IgM antibody to the hepatitis B core antigen (HBcAg ). What is your diagnosis?CorrectIncorrect
7. If a patient presents to you with primary herpes What are the risks of the baby developing neonatal herpes if she has a vaginal delivery?CorrectIncorrect
8. What is the percentage of all HIV-positive women in the UK, who are identified because of antenatal screening in their current pregnancy?CorrectIncorrect
9 A full-term primigravida pregnant woman presented in established labour at 6-cm dilatation. Her previous screening showed she is HIV screen positive but did not have any treatment. What is your immediate management?CorrectIncorrect
10. A woman who is 35 weeks pregnant is diagnosed with primary genital herpes. She received acyclovir treatment but was reluctant to accept Caesarean section delivery. What are the risks of the baby developing neonatal herpes if she has a vaginal delivery?CorrectIncorrect
11. A woman presents at 26+5 weeks of gestation in her first pregnant with reduced fetal movements. What is the most appropriate initial investigation to carry out?CorrectIncorrect
12. You receive a telephone call from a community midwife. A 22-year- old primigravida, currently 15 weeks pregnant, has developed chickenpox and the rash had developed 72 hours ago The mother is very anxious and the midwife requests advice with regard to further management. What would you advise?CorrectIncorrect
13. A primigravida complains of recurrent herpes at 32 weeks gestation. She has been treated with Aciclovir at 20 weeks for a primary episode of genital herpes. She would opt for caesarean section if Herpes lesions are detected at the onset of labour. What would you advise?CorrectIncorrect